All posts tagged ontology
I want to begin this series of articles with preliminaries (or foreplay I may say) about love. Love, such a big and small word! What follows comes from direct experience acquired along the years. […]
The title of this article suggests we should hate this guy. But you know what? I love him as one of these rare friends one has in a lifetime. And I do love that he brings chaos into our lives. Indeed, Bruno has become one to the greatest experts on this new science, the chaos theory, as we name it.
Collective intelligence, post-monetary society, gift economy, vow of wealth, food, love, sex, politics, martial arts, spiritual journey… many topics that attract lot’s of questions. Some come back often, so why […]
Last September 2010 my dear friend and brother Eric Harris-Braun wrote a wonderful post on his blog called “A story about expressive capacity“, which I strongly recommend that anyone interested […]
Part of my research work is how ontology (our language structures that define our relationship to the world) builds our collective self, and how these invisible architectures often maintain the […]